With decades of experience designing broadcast phone systems, it’s no wonder broadcasters agree that Telos Systems makes the industry’s most powerful, intuitive and flexible system controllers, known as Telos VSets. The VSet family includes the VSet6, a 6-line phone, and the VSet12, a 12-line model. Both VSet phones have flexible power options including PoE (Power over Ethernet) from a Telos-approved switch, Axia console engine, or by using an in-line power injector.
We've worked hard to make sure that your VSet is able to be controlled quickly and efficiently as part of your studio work flow. Whether that means controlling from a desktop module or a drop-in to your non-Axia console, we've got you covered.
VSet Console Controller
For Telos VX clients without Axia mixing consoles, Telos provides VSet Console Controller electronics packages, which may be fitted to your console using panels supplied by your OEM console provider or preferred third-party fabricator.
The Telos Console Controller with visual line-status indicators provides selection and control of up to 12 callers. Includes standard controls to allow fast, error-free talent operation, including Take, Drop, Hold, and Busy keys. Telos exclusive “Next Call” key speeds workflow for producers, screeners, and talent; built-in keypad allows on-console dialing of outgoing numbers. Power requirements: 4.5 Watts boot surge peak; 3.7 Watts in idle state (no application); 7.6 Watts with all lights and displays illuminated. A drawing package with all measurements is available upon request from Telos Alliance support.
VSet Desktop Controller
The Telos VSET desktop controller with visual line-status indicator provides selection and control of up to 12 callers. Includes standard controls to allow fast, error-free operation, including Take, Drop, Hold, and Busy keys. Telos exclusive "Next Call" key speeds workflow for producers, and talent; built-in keypad allows on-hybrid dialing of outgoing numbers.
VSet Desktop Controller works in producer mode only. Make and answer calls using VSet6, VSet12, or on hybrid with VSet Desktop Controller.
Power Requirements: 4.5 Watts boot surge peak; 3.7 Watts in idle state (no application); 7.6 Watts with all lights and displays illuminated.